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on the best-seller list for more than 14 weeks. >> funding for religion and ethics weekly is provided by the endowment. additional funding also provided by mutual of america. designing customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. >> welcome. i'm bob abernathy. it's good to have you with us. religious leaders are among those criticizing new cuts to the u.s. food stamp program that took effect november 1st. for months faith-based groups have warned this would hurt struggling americans and strain the resources of charities that help the poor. the new cuts, which total $5 billion over the next year, affect nearly 48 million americans who receive benefits under the supplemental nutrition assistance program, or s.n.a.p. experts estimate those on food stamps will receive between 5% and 8% less. next week congress will debate making even larger cuts over the next decade. >>> this week marked the one-year anniversary of hurricane sandy, the deadly storm that devastated parts of the mid-atlantic coast, leaving thousands homeless and causing many
obama because this is as close as you get to an actual organized religion in which president obama is god and his apologists are doing nothing but speaking in tonguinge,tongues. this is all they do. you go after doctors who are getting hammered. you go after insurance companies who have extremely slim margins and who are just average americans, working in small towns. you don't see these people work all over the country and they help people. i love my insurance agent. the person that helped me with my house and helped me with my car. they were nice people. they were people. they're not awful people. obama continues to throw so many people under the bus that there's more people under the bus than in it and obama care doesn't cover people hit by the buses. >> they were on the run yesterday. david axelrod appeared with david gregory on "meet the press." >> you were in the white house. you were advising the president. why didn't you or somebody else say to him, mr. president, don't say, no matter what, you're going to keep your health care plan. >> hindsight is 20/20. >> that's why you
. the international community, it is their responsibility as well. terrorism does not know a single religion. terrorism carries weapons, ideas, everywhere. they carry deas instead of flowers. al qaeda is a dirty wind that wants to stretch worldwide. we want to carry flowers, to expand them at the international level, to enhance cooperation. and peace. we have a request. it is not only about iraq. it is about the country suffering from terrorism. many wars, internal crises in the region are proxy wars for egional countries. the most dangerous of these are the wars that are waged under sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right, no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force people to eat and drink, to think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. this has its own school, its own institute. it has its own school, it's own institute and own supporters. the problem is huge. the whole world is suffering from terrorist supporters. people are suffering from al qaeda
with language and religion become critical to the success of the mission. you have this person who is born enslaved and lives as enslaved person on a college campus, then leave this extraordinary life afterward. >> you also talk about race science, the search for cadavers for scientific research at these universities. >> one of the things i wanted to do with the book was to try and explain how slavery and the slave trade provided the of higher education in north america. but i also wanted to explain the role that colleges played in perpetuating slavery in the slave trade, and that is where you get to the race science. that is where becomes critical. it is precisely on campus the ideas that come to defend slavery in the 19th century get refined. intellectualr legitimacy on campus. they get their scientific veneer on campus. they get their moral credentialing on campus. i wanted to trace that process. one of the ugliest aspects of that is the use of marginalized people in the americas, in the u.s., enslaved black people, often native americans, and sometimes the irish. they are expended -- t
, which states congress shall make no respecting the establishment of a religion or prohibiting free exercise thereof. the supreme court in marsh v. chambers, 1983, upheld the constitutionality of legislative prayer. so i think it's pretty clear that our framers intended that there be a spiritual dimension to government and that the separation of church and state was referring to the establishment of a religion, of having an official state religion or governmental religion. and i don't think any, any lawmaker would want me to address any particular partisan issue. my position is non-partisan. every statement i have made in my intercession could apply to both sides of the aisle. i provide ministry in a political environment. so my prayers will reflect material related to government because that's what politics, that is what the political process is all about but it does not, it does not bring up my prayers. i deliberately avoid partisan issues of the i have never talked about immigration reform, i have never talked about same-sex marriage or pro-choice or pro-life or anything like tha
the religion of islam, however one wants to practice it. it's the desire for imposation, poll itisation of the faith. i came to realise that islamism was a grievance. up until that point i was aggrieved by foreign policy. islamism was the largest obstacle preventing muslim societies from progressing. i was someone driven by a sense of injustice. i wanted to seek for justice. that would entail challenging the islamist ideology. if i realised that it was an obstacle to the advancement of muslim society. we grounded quinn lamb. >> we have a question from a huer. >>> jd rosen asks is reduction of drone war fair an effective countermeasure against new extremist recruitment? >> so i've been critical of uab, drone strikes. if the policy is carrick cattured as democracy at the barrel of the gun, was bush's stance. if the leadership of al qaeda was dealt with by drone strikes, president obama felt he could deal with the problem. it's an ideology, an inurgency, not just an organization. president obama's organization said al qaeda inspired terrorist. it's the end product. >> you write in referenc
christian targets. the target of other religions is driving the casualty rate higher. >> it is much more like war fare and it's war fare using the tools of terrorism. >> reporter: the violence is more concentrated than you might think. three countries, iraq, pakistan, and afghanistan suffer more than half the attacks and the casualties. and that really points out the flip side of some of those numbers. the danger to civilians in the united states and western europe and even parts of eastern asia isn't nearly as high and may actually be declining. chris lawrence, cnn, washington. >>> now there are some of the buildings that are still showing signs of damage and the repairs are ongoing. but on the one-year anniversary of hurricane sandy ellis island is opening one against and welcoming visitors. what an important place this is. >> take your children. some of the displays are great. it's a remarkable place to visit. >> the gateway where millions of people came to this country, it was badly battered by superstorm sandy and a new electrical system should be operational by may and new heating
about the problems in kachin and myanmar. kachin is in the north. there's many ethnic and religion groups, mostly christian. in myanmar it's mostly buddist. a civil war broke out two years ago. that's only one worry for the myanmar government. there's violence between buddhists and rohingyas. joe blachlland is an analyst and joins us via skype from canberra. how significant really is the ceasefire agreement. how hopeful are you that it could result in a lasting peace in myanmar. ixed i think it is quite significant. i think it follows on from the president's plan to establish a sense of order that works for his government. this is - it needs to be seen in the context of the roadmap that the government has - the regime prior to this government established back in 2003. and it's about establishing an element of prosperity reliant on security. that prosperity is something seen as being in the interests of the tafaldorf and the military that backed the government. this is, in some respects, a cynical ploy by the government, but it's something that has broader benefits for the community
by the first amendment. to ensure we are not pursuing because of religion, because of national origin, because people are out assembling peacefully and freely as they are allowed to by the first amendment and so forth. it makes it clear that you cannot conduct an assessment if that is your sole reason for doing it. there are many other appropriate reasons for doing assessments. we can talk about migrations of gangs. when we are looking at the evolution of the gang problem, and we recognize it is a problem we face today. what is it going to look like tomorrow and what can appropriately be done by law enforcement to address that problem tomorrow today so that we are not dealing with another big regional, national, or transnational gang tomorrow? that may mean that in that authorized purpose with clear objectives and trying to define what that gang, they might look at population data where it ight be logical based on historical examples where it might crop up tomorrow and then engage on explaining what the problem might be, then involving many parts of the community, not just the law enforcement
say yesterday. [video clip] them a we do not know if it is a single religion or single border. they carry bad ideas instead of flowers. al qaeda is a dirty wind that wants to spread worldwide. flowers to to carry expand them at the international level. request. it is not only about iraq. it is about all of the countries in the world that are suffering from terrorism. many internal crisis in the crisis andproxy proxy wars for regional countries. the most dangerous of these are the wars that are waged on sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right to interfere. some want to force what they believed on people and force people to think in the way they see fit. this is very dangerous. this kind of ideology and ,entality has its own school its own institute, its own supporters. we have the right to request the sufferingd, which is -- and to support all of the people that are suffering from al qaeda and the terrorists and allow for people to live in -- to live in peace. the prime minister meeting with obama, we will have that live for you at 1:30
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person that says that the existence of good or religion doesn't matter, it is not an important decision. ivitally important. >> do we agree? >> believers can learn a lot from atheists. believers take their faith not serious enough to question or think it through. >> father james >>> good evening from new york, i'm chris hayes and today we watched as the federal official who oversees the obama care exchanges appeared before a house committee to testify about the flawed rollout of health and we also watched as democrats on that committee reached their limit of just how much phony republican concern they can stomach. >> there had been a little bit and systematic attempt on the part of the majority in the house and the mine north in the senate to take it impossible for all americans to receive quality health care, and some of us will not stand for it. we will stand up for what is right, for what is fair and what is just. health care is a right and not a privilege. >> democrats today didn't hide their frustration with republicans suggest concern with fixing american's brok
that we are not pursuing simply because of religion, national origin, because people are assembling peacefully or freely as they are allowed to do. they make it very clear if that is your sole reason there are many other appropriate necessary reasons for doing assessments talk about the migration of game with the gang problem we recognize it today the problem that we face today that what will it looks like to moral and what could reasonably be done by law enforcement to address the problem tomorrow today to not deal with another transnational king tomorrow? with that authorize purpose with very clear objectives to look at where it might be they male cat population in-house data to determine a whole host of factors e. including socio-economic factors that could be logical it could pop up tomorrow then engage not only explaining what the problem might be but many parts of the community not only with that potential but to be proactive and a lot of it has to do with the engaging community leaders based on conditions that what can we do to prevent it? it is good for communities and law-e
is to globalize the world and get rid of sovereignty, religion, culture, from everyday life in america -- your ok, barry, those are thoughts, and i will pick up on health care, and we are joined on the phone by a health-care reporter with politico to talk about today's hearing before the ways and means committee. who'll be testifying, mr. cheney, and what questions are likely to be asked? guest: persons testifying are the medicare and medicaid services administrator, an obscure agency, but they are the ones responsible for building the and roman system for the affordable care act -- the enrollment system for the ford motor ac -- for the affordable care act. they have quarterbacked the whole construction of what to say. so many questions to ask it is hard to know where to begin. what is the timeframe for getting this working again? what went wrong, and why did he go so wrong so early? that is where we will see the outset. and then they will dive into specifics of why didn't people see the delay of the enrollment system when there were so many warning signs that there were going to be flaws? it wil
'll be a little less prone to get down on somebody because of their politics, sexualities, religion or musical taste. these all represent alternative proteins. i think it's better to put the protein front and center. >> matt joined us as well. >> some of us have a more sophisticated palate. >> oh. >> this is a grilled chicken heart with a salad of celery leaves, shallots. >> go ahead. >> is this the straw that you drew. >> go ahead and try it. >> this is tough for me. wait i got the big one. >> hold on. i just want a small bite. >> get some of the greens with it. >> i hate to be such a baby. i'm embarrassed. >> the heart is the leanest muscle on the animal and it's delicious. >> it's good. >> come on. >> tastes like a heart. >> tastes like chicken. >> tastes like heart. >> this is a classic italian dish. >> the heart is delicious. >> it is. it's a lean piece of meat. >> the leanest on the body. >> it tastes delicious. >> this is braised caves tongue, a little bit of lemon. get the sauce. you like the sauce. >> like the sauce. >> that's perfect. >> it's like pot roast. >> i don't want to mash t
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